Prosecco, Passa Parola Spumante
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Slightly yeasty nose, with a touch a spring flowers and apple skin fruit. The palate has flavours of nectarines with touches of green herbs, some real zest and a hints of peach.
Prosecco is Italy’s answer to refreshing, well-made sparkling wine at a reasonable price. Made primarily in the district of Valdobbiadene near the town of Conegliano in the region of Veneto, Prosecco has quickly become one of the most successful sparkling wine types made today. Prosecco is the name of the grape that is used to make this sparkling wine and many of the best examples are 100% Prosecco. As this is a grape that is prized for its delicate flavours and aromatics, the wine itself is not made in the classic method made famous in the Champagne district of France. Rather, the Charmat method of sparkling wine is used to make Prosecco as the classic Champagne method would mean aging the wine for several years before release, robbing the wine of its freshness.